The purpose of this study is to establish the concept of disaster literacy and to lay the foundation for the formation of disaster literacy discourse by presenting constituent factors. And from the perspective defined in this way, I tried to critically review the text structure and language usage patterns of the regular briefing related to COVID-19 by the Central Disease Control Headquarters. Ultimately, this study attempted to find ways to improve the use of disaster language that fostered disaster literacy capabilities in public areas. This study first defined disaster literacy based on previous studies and clarified the factors constituting disaster literacy to prepare a literacy measurement tool. Through this, this study emphasized that in the case of disaster literacy, the stages of disaster development are diverse, and the contents of the required literacy should be changed according to the phase of the disaster. In this paper, disaster literacy was defined in this way in three dimensions, and based on that point of view, text analysis was conducted on 190 regular briefings related to COVID-19 by the Central Disease Control Headquarters. Through this, this study attempted to examine the structural aspects of the texts, examine the characteristics of the language used in each structure, and derive improvements.
2. 재난 리터러시의 개념과 정례브리핑의 속성
3. 정례브리핑의 구조와 언어 사용 양상 분석